This would be unlikely to work with the Nano, as that uses its own operating system rather than the iOS shared by the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. However as long as you are running iOS 7.0 or later the iPad should be fine for wireless connection as long as you get the Miroir Wireless App from the app store. Wireless viewing is limited with iOS to certain files types such as native video, photos, .PPTX files, .KEY files and .PDF files.
If you have the relevant HDMI adapter for your devices, you can also connect directly via the HDMI input for direct screen mirroring. Please be aware, certain apps do not support screen mirroring and so may not function when connected to an external display.
Date published: 2017-02-20